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Some oceanographic observations on operation HIGHJUMP : final report


Published 1948
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Title from cover

"7 July 1948."

"Problem NEL 2A5."

"U.S. Navy Antarctic Development Project of 1947 (Operation HIGHJUMP) was composed of three groups: the Western Task Group, the Eastern Task Group, and the Central Task Group. The Western Task Group of Task Force 68 was composed of the destroyer USS HENDERSON (DD785); the oiler, the USS Cacopan (A052); and the seaplane tender, the USS CURRITUCK (AV7)"--Introduction, p. 5

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 92-97)


Publisher San Diego, Calif. : U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory
Pages 104
Language English
Call number ocm47834070
Digitizing sponsor Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
Book contributor MBLWHOI Library
Collection biodiversity; MBLWHOI; blc; americana

Full catalog record MARCXML

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